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Try this unofficial Minecraft project-based learning activity where students compute the surface area and volume of geometric nets, and then can color and assemble those nets into their very own version of the character Steve to take home!
This is a great way to connect with your kids over their favorite video game! At the same time, creating a hands-on activity that will impress parents at open house or back to school night
Other teachers had used this product for choice activity, independent practice, end of unit project, extra credit, and more!
NOT AN OFFICIAL MINECRAFT PRODUCT. NOT APPROVED BY OR ASSOCIATED WITH MOJANG.
What math does this practice?
This activity explores calculating the volume and surface area of various rectangular prisms and then assembling the rectangular prisms into a Minecraft inspired character.
Dimensions (edge lengths) of rectangular prisms in this activity contain whole numbers and decimals.
For fractional dimensions, see other projects below:
Black & white worksheets -- more artistic lesson, students can color in!
Color worksheets -- faster lesson, no need to color!
What do you need?
Printouts of the activity
Glue sticks or tape
Colored pencils or markers (for black & white worksheets)
More activities inspired by Minecraft:
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“This was a great resource for me to leave with a sub as practice for the unit we were finishing.”
“My students worked on this as a review with a sub one day while I was out. Everyone was engaged and enjoyed the activity. Thank you!!”
“My students loved this and the timing was perfect!”
“My kids loved being able to combine their love of art with our current math skill. It was challenging and fun at the same time. ”
“I loved the different levels. I used it as Level 1 = C, Level 2 = B, Level 3 = A. I also liked a different way to doodle.”
“My students loved this resource!”
“My student really enjoyed this activity! Thank you!”
“Students LOVED this. I used this for extra credit and the kids loved being able to make their mine craft character their own. It was so cool to see their character come to life and their happiness over how great it looked. SA and V worksheets were helpful too for review.”
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“Used for a sub plan as a review for my students. They enjoyed this activity.”
“Great resource and activity!”
“Used as a choice activity for students! They lived this activity!! ”
— Heather R.
“Super cute resource. My Year 9's really enjoyed this worksheet.”
—Order Of Ops
“Easy to use, great resource.”
“Excellent resource my students and I enjoyed it. ”
“This made a great check for understanding and allowed my students to enjoy a "project" where they could work in teams. ”
“The students loved getting creative with this resource!”
“My students absolutely love these pixel art projects. I love that they are self checking making it easier for grading! ”
“Great resource to use on sub day or as a quick check in class. Love”
— Ginger Wilson
“My class is a review of all kinds of math, so this resource was a fun way for students to review. They also enjoy coloring!”
— Stephanie W.
“Great resource! My students loved it and it was just what I needed.”
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